"Director Cris Cassell has coaxed an emotionally riveting pressure cooker from a talented cast, with solid but finely nuanced performances...Eric Burke reaches new levels in the lead role. You won't leave the theater whistling a happy tune, but you'll be glad you saw it."
–Barry Willis, Marin Independent Journal
"Cris Cassell directs with an eye on the big emotional moments"
–Lee Brady, The Pacific Sun
"Eric Burke gives an outstanding performance as Eddie Carbone."
–Flora Lynn Isaacson, San Francisco Bay Times
"Bridge’s large cast has six principle actors, each one flawlessly cast and believable. Rick Williams’ Alfieri’s resigned gravitas foreshadows the direction of the drama. Eric Burke’s Eddie is the consistently unyielding tragic hero."
–Rosine Reynolds, The Ark
"A View from the Bridge is a spectacular work. The work is exceptional for all and deserves to be seen by the entire family. Also, congratulations to set designer David Apple for doing the impossible in recreating the atmosphere of New York in the 1950s."
–Mario Echevarria, SFTribune
"If you have been putting off what is arguably one of Arthur Miller's greatest plays, now is the time to invest. Eric Burke's Eddie resolutely grasps a psychological millstone while swirling into the deepening whirlpool of Charybdis, jealousy and madness. Hallie Frazer, as Beatrice, indisputably has the most complex and strenuous role and she carries it off well."
–Jeffrey Smith, For All Events
"Directed by Cris Cassell, this excellent drama grabs you right from the start and doesn’t let go."
–David Kashimba, Joint Forces Journal, S.F. BATCC